MK Dons V Chesterfield

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So.....back down to MK for the 3rd time this season, surely us making it a hat-trick of wins is unlikely but we're in form (1 win in a row) and you live in hope.

Probably the same team as Saturday (with Ariyibi in for Jones) and the same level of performance as well please Town!
 

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We're hoping Robinson has a Plan B to combat the Chesterfield 'press' that worked so well in the previous 2 games.

I just hope we fashion a little more than that game in January. That was woeful, real vintage Spring 2014 MK home performance. Mind you, Randall and Bowditch played that night. (Bit harsh on Bowds)
 

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Average predicted finish amongst our support up 15 places to 6th since Saturday: away banker.
 

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:)

I've got my pie and pint voucher and the afternoon off work.
Win'd be nice though....
 

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Looked pretty unfit to start with. Seemed a lot better on Saturday. Assume he'll be our first choice for a while (until Cookie fires up the random team generator Sheridan left behind again).
 

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Glad he's getting some much needed game time, I like the lad but that injury in pre-season set him back.
 

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Can't see lightning striking three times. I didn't go to either but I got the distinct impression MK were not bothered at all about the 'replay' and only slightly more bothered about the first game.

Can't hurt physiologically though, and Saturday at least showed a return to the methods that have brought us success this season.

Obviously I'd take a point but with renewed optimism who knows what can happen. The first goal will be crucial.
 

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I'd expect to see the MK we saw at our place tomorrow rather than the FA Cup version.

I'll take any kind of result in our favour
 

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I'd like to see us bounce back from Saturday's result with another 5+ goal win for the first time in a while. Despite the strong squads we fielded for both FA Cup matches I have a feeling we were only really paying lip service and in the second trying suss Chesterfield out for the league one.

Don't know how it'll end, but I'm somewhat confident that after two attempts at beating them we should have a decent plan.
 

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I think we will lose but it won't be the end of the world like some of the doom and gloom merchants will say it is.
 

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Benik Afobe's at it again, oh how happy I am he's not in this league anymore.
 

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Oh no please don't have a pop at our away following, we've only been to MK twice already this season and one of those didn't actually count as a match played
 

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